LS2 API Index
An API level is a unique indicator of LS2 API versions. If two platforms have the same API level, this means that two platforms have the same set of LS2 APIs.
The following table shows the API levels regards to webOS platform versions.
webOS OSE 2.20.0
February 17, 2023
webOS OSE 2.19.1
December 29, 2022
webOS OSE 2.19.0
December 02, 2022
Ombre (Ref. Platform)
November 14, 2022
webOS OSE 2.18.0
September 02, 2022
webOS OSE 2.17.0
July 01, 2022
webOS OSE 2.16.0
May 11, 2022
Number1 (Ref. Platform)
April 11, 2022
webOS OSE 2.15.0
February 18, 2022
webOS OSE 2.14.1
December 24, 2021
webOS OSE 2.14.0
November 30, 2021
webOS OSE 2.13.2
October 22, 2021
webOS OSE 2.13.1
September 10, 2021
webOS OSE 2.13.0
August 06, 2021
Mullet (Ref. Platform)
July 19, 2021
webOS OSE 2.12.0
July 16, 2021
webOS OSE 2.11.0
June 25, 2021
webOS OSE 2.10.0
April 02, 2021
webOS OSE 2.9.0
January 22, 2021
webOS OSE 2.8.0
November 13, 2020
LibertySpikes (Ref. Platform)
November 02, 2020
webOS OSE 2.7.0
September 20, 2020
webOS OSE 2.6.0
July 20, 2020
webOS OSE 2.5.0
May 12, 2020
webOS OSE 2.4.0
March 18, 2020
webOS OSE 2.3.0
January 23, 2020
Kiss Curl (Ref. Platform)
Janurary 02, 2020
webOS OSE 2.2.0
December 23, 2019
webOS OSE 2.1.0
November 20, 2019
webOS OSE 2.0.0
October 29, 2019
webOS OSE 1.10.1
August 30, 2019
webOS OSE 1.10.0
July 29, 2019
webOS OSE 1.9.0
June 26, 2019
webOS OSE 1.8.0
June 14, 2019
webOS OSE 1.7.0
April 16, 2019
Jheri Curl (Ref. Platform)
April 01, 2019
webOS OSE 1.6.0
March 11, 2019
webOS OSE 1.5.0
January 11, 2019
webOS OSE 1.4.1
November 28, 2018
webOS OSE 1.4.0
October 31, 2018
webOS OSE 1.3.0
September 20, 2018
webOS OSE 1.2.0
August 30, 2018
webOS OSE 1.1.0
June 29, 2018
webOS OSE 1.0.0
March 18, 2018
LS2 API List
This section lists the services that are provided in webOS OSE. Click the service name to see the functionality and methods that are available.
Carries out the application installation and provides information about the application being installed.
Monitors and controls the boot status/mode.
Provides access to the functionality provided by the webOS media server.
Enables apps or services to manage system notifications.
Monitors various parts of the system and does actions when the corresponding events happen.
Provides interfaces to use speech recognition.
Enables webOS daemons or apps to call webOS API methods with specific parameters in a specified time interval.
Provides the methods for managing application life cycle, application information, LaunchPoint list.
Controls the audio policy of a webOS system.
Provides an interface that allows the user to access and gain audio controls through a specific application to use audio resources.
Connects the audio source to the audio output device and controls the volume on the audio device.
Allows webOS to use remote Bluetooth device.
Provides methods for reporting bug in Jira system.
Provides an interface to capture and stream images from a camera that is connected to a webOS device.
Allows webOS to control connected HDMI CEC devices.
Provides simple get/set interfaces to access the configurations.
Creates the database schema, filecache configuration, activities for webOS applications.
Manages wired and wireless network connections for webOS apps and services.
Adds AI logic to a web app, without actually modifying its source code.
Enables apps to store persistent data.
Enables or disables developer mode on a device and queries the status of developer mode.
Manages file upload and download on the device.
Manages caching of files.
Provides the HFP service functions.
Handles intents and manages handlers.
Provides basic location services for single or multiple position fixes.
Provides methods to manage media sessions.
Provides the functionalities that scan media files (audios, videos, images) from internal / external storage devices such as the usb devices and extracts the meta data.
Manages applications to ensure that the system does not run into kernel-Out-Of-Memory situation.
Provides a selection of standard network tools.
Manages USB devices that are connected to the webOS system.
Provides an interface to monitor sensors and control actuators connected to I/O peripherals using industry-standard protocols.
Allows client applications to power-on, power-off, and perform other power-related operations on the device.
Enables applications to manage system and application properties.
Controls Telegraf in webOS and communicates with SDK tools.
Manages the settings used in webOS and provides the setting information (descriptions) such as Set, Get functions to set values, the valid range of data that can be set, and whether UI is exposed or not.
Provides methods for shutdown process.
Provides a unified interface to access contents in different storage systems.
Provides access to the webOS system settings.
Provides an in-memory store for temporary data.
Converts plain language text into speech output.
Handles various search targets and allows to find their items.
Provides interfaces to manage web applications.
Manages Wi-Fi connections on a webOS device.
Provides information about applications surfaces and a limited set of controls for them.